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What Is Willful Blindness?

Generally speaking, prosecutors need to prove two key elements in order to obtain a conviction. They need to prove: (i) that the defendant committed an illegal act, and (ii) that the defendant had the necessary criminal state of mind during...Read More

Understanding Search Warrants

When a government agency (state or federal) wants to collect evidence to assist in the investigation or prosecution of a crime, with certain exceptions, it must obtain a search warrant to do so. This requirement is established by the Fourth...Read More

Charged with a Federal Crime? What You Need to Know

When facing federal charges whether for a drug crime, white-collar crime, or some other offense it is important to have at least a general understanding of what you can expect from now until the day you are either sentenced or...Read More

Are Government Informants Paid for Their Testimony?

Federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), regularly use confidential informants in order to secretly collect evidence against criminal suspects. These confidential informants are often criminals themselves seeking lighter punishment for their...Read More